User Review: Saucony Men's ProGrid Razor 2.0
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $100
Great for stream crossing/off trail recovery! Better than any slippers when you're over 25 miles from any car!!!
- Great traction/soft rubber
- Weird looking; ugly?
- White rubber sole???
I'm never having any problem stubbing my toes fording! I pair these with waterproof pants/and/or gaiters for water crossing, and I'm WELL covered. These fit extremely comfortable, like a Saucony does. I prefer a real shoe after an all day hike, as opposed to Crocs or Vibram 5 toes.
Their fit is true to size, and they're well supported with the proper insoles. The hook and loop at the top of the shoe can be tight enough to hold water back, but they do dry quickly when you're really in some current... The (WHY WHITE) rubber of the soles are very soft, like a trail runner, which really helps. Your feet will get cold in chilly weather, so relying on warm sock layering will be necessary. There's a zipper on the front, paralleling the shoe, with a standard lacing system under. Saucony does give you a spring loaded push button lace lock thingy.
Don't expect these to last forever, due to the soft rubber... but yeah, they grip. Oh, and you're never going to worry about anybody stealing your kicks!
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